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Commoners Explore Ways to Care for Our Natural Commonwealth

“Hail Winooski River! Hail Mad River! Hail Middlebury River! Hail Lake Champlain!” With this rousing tribute, Caring for Our Home…  MORE>

An Imperfect Picture: Why We need Commons Conservation

Our Commons Conservation Congress painting illustrates an inconvenient truth about Vermont’s beautiful landscape. Read more>

Taking Action for Ash Trees: Organic Inoculation

What can we do about emerald ash borer? From what we know at this point, inoculation tops the list of…  MORE>

Getting Our Ash Together

Organizing cost-effective, organic inoculation of ash groves to preserve seed production in the face of emerald ash borer. By David…  MORE>

Emerald Ash Borer Hits Home

by Sandra Murphy Last Thursday, among the stream of emails that flowed through the Vermont Family Forests email box was…  MORE>

Complex & Adaptive Forestry

A Legacy Visit from Quebec Conservationists by David Brynn Vermont Family Forests recently had the distinct honor to host a…  MORE>

Vermont Master Naturalists Explore VFF’s Wells Farm

Guest blog by Jane Dorney Vermont Master Naturalists from the Bristol Five Towns area visited the Wells Farm recently as…  MORE>

Splitting Wood, Breaking Bread, at Little Hogback Community Forest

On a cold and drizzly November day, there’s nothing quite like splitting firewood to warm a body. And if you’re…  MORE>

Wildlife Camera Reveals the Eyes of the Forest

Healthy forests and the clean water that flows from them are at the heart of Vermont Family Forests’ mission. And…  MORE>

Vermont’s Center-West Ecoregion, A Place Called Home

Though Vermont is fairly small, as states go, it still encompasses a whole lot more ground than our little organization…  MORE>

Application Deadline for Bristol-based Vermont Master Naturalist training

Vermont Master Naturalist Program: “Advancing conservation, building community, connecting Vermonters to the wild heart of place.” Vermont Family Forests aims…  MORE>